Finland's EU policy
Bulgaria holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1 January to 30 June 2018. Bulgaria’s aim is to increase unity among Member States and cohesion among EU institutions so that solutions can be found for building a Europe that is stronger and safer and has greater solidarity. The priorities set out for the Presidency are: the future of Europe and young people; the Western Balkans; security and stability; and the digital economy.
Finland in the European Union »
According to Finland's EU policy outline, a stronger, more unified and fairer Union would best serve the interests of Finland and its citizens.
Programme of Prime Minister Sipilä's Government »
Finland is an active, pragmatic and result-oriented Member State. The Government will seek, in a constructively critical and cooperative way, to combine the national and joint European interest in Finland’s EU policy.
EU affairs and the Finnish government »
Compared to the other EU Member States, Finland has a unique system for coordinating EU affairs.